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City Of Freaks - The DPs* - If You Know What I Mean (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. These are some common terms used in vinyl manufacturing. If you don’t see a term that you are looking for, please contact us and we’ll help you out (and maybe even add it to the list below). 2-Step Plating: The Electroforming process which yields a set of Mothers and a set of Stampers. At Gotta Groove, other than Gram vinyl, the default.
  2. Jan 25,  · This is the friction of the stylus dragging against the vinyl. It should be unnoticeable, except for very quiet parts of the music. "Crackling" is a sign of a damaged or dirty record. The problem is that dust particles seem to be attracted to the vinyl like a magnet. I suggest you invest in a anti-static vinyl brush and use it before every session.
  3. Sep 15,  · You can find most any LP in this book, from the the most popular pop records of the 50s and 60s to the most obscure art-rock records of the late 70s. Tips For older, more obscure international reggae and jazz LP's, it is almost impossible to find out for certain whether the record is .
  4. Feb 01,  · You can tell Gambino really looked over this vinyl. Comes in a beautiful gatefold, a giant booklet with pictures from Camp, and the album is pressed on gram vinyl, something I can appreciate. A lovely surprise is side D includes 4 out of the 5 tracks from the EP from , with songs like Freaks and Geeks and Not Going Back/5().
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  6. Sep 03,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of If You Know What I Mean on Discogs. Label: Barn Records Ltd - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk/5(12).
  7. Q: I’m trying to figure out if you’re a vinyl collector, or a music aficionado or an artist making an art piece with an object that happens to be a Beatles White album? Can you expand on that? A: I’m making an art piece using White Albums as material. But the process also very much involves collecting vinyl and listening to music. Q: Do you buy records other than the White Album for your.
  8. Dec 25,  · If I were to rip albums what I would do is find the song with the highest peak and set the gain so that highest peak was 0dB (or dB if you're scared of 0) for the entire album. You'd be lucky to get an actual noise floor of dB with *average turntable + phono preamp + off the shelf soundcard*.

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